Manchester United target Lucas Moura claimed that a move cannot be ruled out but he further talks regarding his future would be done after the Olympics.
The 19 year old is currently on international duty at the London Games and was an unused substitute during Brazil’s victory over Egypt. The Sao Paolo attacker has been constantly linked with a move to Old Trafford and will be travelling to the same for Brazil’s next fixture in the Olympics. The Sao Paolo Director had ruled out the possibility of a move a couple of days back and Moura’s latest comments comes as a bit of a surprise.
The teenage prodigy claimed to have left all the negotiations for the time being to his agent Wagner Ribeiro and he would take the final call post Olympics. The Red Devils have already had one of their bids rejected and are not willing to up it while the Brazilian club remain adamant about the player’s price. However, Moura remains focused on Brazil’s quest for Gold and doesn’t want to talk about his future until it’s over.
“I am focusing on my team, Sao Paulo and in Brazil’s national team at the moment. I’ll decide my future after the Olympics,” Moura told Spanish news agency EFE.
“It’s already a victory to be here. Now I have to be ready for any situation if Mano Menezes believes I have to play.”